Born in Athens, 1994
Grew up in the Greek countryside, near the island of Poros.
Studied Fine Arts at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
My work is defined primarily by the fundamental properties of my materials and their technical processes. Charcoal's natural origin as an organic element is used to create organic motifs through gestural techniques. I attempt to create works-landscapes oriented towards a fictional dimension, where they could narrate a commonplace between the material and the unconscious.
Usually, there would be an urge to explore and visualize certain conceptual relationships. Their physiognomy seems purely existential, with themes stemming from fundamental considerations such as death, the passing of time, or love. Archetypal themes that humanity has always had to cope with by giving rise to myths and stories.
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